BMW moves to fix faulty cars
BMW is working "quickly" to resolve problems that have caused a recall about 350,000 luxury cars worldwide, a spokesman for the car company has said.
Rolls-Royce chairman and BMW executive Ian Robertson told the BBC the firm is "resolving the situation".
The German firm said the recall was due to a fault with the power-braking system but that cars were not unsafe.
The recall affects V8 and V12-powered BMW 5 Series, 6 Series, 7 Series, and Rolls-Royce models produced between July 2001 and November 2009.
Richard Scott reports.
01 Oct 2010